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This morning English cricket is eating itself alive. Or rather, it’s tweeting itself to death. The latest casualty of the increasing surreal Kevin Pietersen saga is Jonathan Agnew, the BBC’s cricket correspondent, who has just announced he is leaving Twitter after becoming involved in a public Twitter spat with Pietersen’s wife. At the same time, [...]
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I can’t believe what I just saw: a Doctor Who episode with an anti-abortion message. Seriously. On the BBC. It’s front-and-centre of the latest episode of this rather good new season – “Kill the Moon”. The show opens with the usual running around corridors being chased by CGI monsters that would only scare three year [...]
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A paparazzi picture of Depardieu in the semi-buff has emerged that would be cruel to anyone else. The man mountain is topless - with his vast Obelix frame shoved into a pair of skin-coloured shorts. And yet, he still looks pretty cool – head-in-the-air, Gallic insouciance gushing out of every pore. To add to the I-couldn’t-care-less-about-my-health [...]
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Lots of good entries this week. Here’s the winner ‘thecountrysfinished’ with a clever gag. Please email your postal address to cartoonist@telegraph.co.uk and you will receive the original cartoon in a few days.
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From the Morning Briefing: subscribe here A day of two by-elections: in Clacton, a day of all but certain victory for Ukip, and in Heywood & Middleton,  a similar walkover for Labour, although in Greater Manchester as in Essex, it’s the fortunes of Nigel Farage’s party that intrigue, as the People’s Army underline their credentials [...]
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Ben Riley-Smith’s report in the Telegraph on Monday about Labour MPs urging Alan Johnson to launch a leadership bid has really set the cat amongst the bacon sandwiches. My understanding is that Johnson has told allies he would be prepared to accept the leadership as part of a “coronation”, but will not be part of [...]
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On Friday 26 September, Parliament voted for military action in Iraq. Many suspect it is the opening phase of what will become the third Iraq war in the space of 25 years. In the Commons debate, a number of Muslim MPs spoke of the Muslim community in Britain, shining a light into what must be [...]
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If Ukip wins the Clacton by-election, it’ll be down to two things. First, Douglas Carswell – a hugely popular MP who features far more prominently in the campaign than his new party does. Second, immigration – an issue that everyone wanted to talk to me about but no one wanted to be quoted on. The [...]
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If you’re over a certain age, you’ll remember the sort of future we were promised by the Jetsons, Dan Dare and Buck Rogers – flying cars, robot maids, everyday space travel. For a long time, it’s seemed that vision of the future was a total mirage; we thought we’d have robot butlers and got 140-character [...]
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